Soft Gray GetawayRustic Bedroom, Sacramento

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Salazar Custom Interiors wrote:January 22, 2013
  • Jules
    Very pretty!
  • Linds
    the night stand is beautiful love the whole room
Lisa Jones wrote:August 12, 2012
  • sharrison1028
    What kind of cover do you have over the boxspring on this bed? I have this bed but cannot find a bed skirt that looks as neat and clean as this one does. Thank you.
  • tucsonaz

    I would like to know where you can get the bed frame??

Angela Lopez wrote:December 5, 2012
Kathleen wrote:November 18, 2015
  • sparrowcat

    the bed frame is from Charles P Rogers, the Newfield brass & iron, king size.

sarahgraziano wrote:March 10, 2013
Minniegirl wrote:January 19, 2013
swest002 wrote:January 13, 2013
  • Linds
    Love the rug would love to know where to purchase
Rachel Zhang wrote:August 15, 2012
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            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to 12 Elements of a Tranquil Bedroom RetreatNovember 24, 2015

            5. Nightstands. Ideally you’ll have a surface for your lamps and whatever else you like to have handy: clock, glass of water, favorite photographs, reading material. In selecting these pieces of furniture, feel free to mix the style of the nightstands on either side of the bed. Doing this presents an opportunity to match the habits of each sleeper to each nightstand, be it a streamlined one or one with storage.See some alternatives to the usual nightstand and table lamp

            Vanessa Brunner added this to How to Lay Out a Master Bedroom for SerenityDecember 28, 2012

            Jaffe likes to have nightstands that sit at the height of the mattress when the bed is fully assembled — about 27 to 28 inches high, or up to 30 inches for extra-fluffy beds. Stylewise, both she and Leland suggest thinking creatively. A nightstand is great to use as an accent of color or texture. “I think the room is more interesting when each nightstand has its own personality,” says Jaffe. “As long as the nightstands talk to each other or relate to each other in the design, then you can be bold and choose something different for each side.”If you opt for a wall-mounted light rather than a traditional table lamp, Penfield recommends waiting until you know the height of your headboard and mattress before hardwiring the fixture.How to Pull Off Mismatched Nightstands

            Lisa Frederick added this to How to Pull Off Mismatched NightstandsNovember 2, 2012

            If your night tables share absolutely no common threads, use other elements of the decor to tie them together. Here, the lamps and window treatments help to make the nightstands look of a piece, even though they differ in finish, form and feel.Step up your window game with custom treatments

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            lisagurule added this to HeadboardsAugust 19, 2019

            no bed skirt - box spring covered with sheet?

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